Small Restaurants & COVID-19

The New York Times has a thought-provoking and reflective article written by Prune Restaurant owner Gabrielle Hamilton as she ponders the future of small, intimate restaurants post-COVID-19. The article is written with an obvious love for the experience of good food fostering social connections and creating warm, memorable good times. The article contains too many…

Good-bye No Name

Universal Hub alerts us to the permanent closing of yet another Boston staple restaurant, No Name in South Boston. Here is a link to their famous seafood chowder recipe.

Are You Tenured? Your Vodka Could Be.

Josh was kind enough to open his home recently so we could have pizza, experiment with vodka drinks, and catch up. We were also fortunate to receive a free bottle of Tenure Vodka to play with too! Tenure England hails from a distillery in England founded in 1761 that specializes in crafting this spirit from…

Your I Can’t Even Pumpkin Spice Guide to Fall

We both know you have a six-pack of Shipyard Pumpkinhead in your fridge. We get it and, to be fair, it IS totally delicious. Have you seen their Pumpkinhead cocktail recipes? It’s enough to tempt the least basic of bitches. Here are some ideas on enjoying Fall without pumpkin spice: Go Full Apple Cider Yes,…

It’s the Great Pumpkin Spice, Charlie Brown

I’m just going to warn you. This is an extremely controversial stance you are about to read. It’s ok if you don’t agree. In fact, it’s beautiful that we don’t have to. You’ll see why.

The 5 Best Things I Ate This Summer

5: Flour (Boston Metro): Lavender Thyme Lemon Bar I’m a sucker for citrus. As such, I’m a shoe-in for a good lemon bar. I’m also obsessed with Flour Bakery (and Joanne Chang). But I will not apologize for sharing how delicious this lemon bar was. It can be challenging to combine lavender and lemon and…

SCOOP IT OR LOSE IT 🍪

Anyone who’s been in the CambridgeSide Galleria over the past few months, years even, has seen the giant shift in the design and shopping experience offered. I wouldn’t call this a tourist destination, but I spent 4 years of my 20s working at this mall, which is where I met OG Fussy Eater (Karen Zgoda)….